Prep 15 mins
Cook 20 mins
It's seafood and it's dinner... fish, shrimp, and scallops simmered in broth that is very tasty!
Make and share this Seafood Dinner recipe from Food.com.
- 453.59 g scallops (I prefer the small ones)
- 453.59 g shrimp, peeled and deveined
- 680.38 g cod (or other mild white fish)
- 453.59 g jar salsa (mild or hot, your choice)
- 236.59 ml dry white wine
- 236.59 ml chicken broth
- 1 lemon
- 29.58 ml butter (not margarine)
- 14.79-29.58 ml olive oil
- kosher salt
- ground black pepper
- Heat olive oil and butter over medium heat.
- Cut fish into large chunks and sprinkle with salt and pepper, to taste and brown lightly in oil and butter (about 1 minute per side).
- Remove fish from pan and set aside.
- Add wine (careful to keep wine from direct heat while pouring into pan) and deglaze pan.
- Stir in jar of salsa and chicken broth. Let broth simmer over medium heat until liquid begins to bubble.
- Add scallops and shrimp to broth, stir gently, cover, and let simmer for 10 minutes.
- Cut lemon in half, squeeze juice into pan.
- Add fish back to pan and gently stir.
- Replace cover and simmer another 6-7 minutes.
- Serve in large bowls with crunchy bread and enjoy!
This was really, really tasty. Not to mention easy to make. I didn't have any white fish and neither did my small town grocery store so I used imitation crab instead and it worked out wonderfully! I served it with a warm sourdough baguette.
Hubby and I both loved this dish. I only had tilapia on had, but it worked well with the shrimp and bay scallops. I have prepared an appetizer recipe that cooked shrimp in salsa and butter and that is always a hit at parties. This was an excellent main dish with those same flavors. I had a Roasted Garlic Baguette on hand to sop up the juices and served this with Simply Green! (Salad) for a complete meal. Awesome. I would make this again for company, or just as a quick meal on a weeknight. Excellent.
This was so good! The Scallops were too expensive for my budget but I did have some fresh Crab meat that I threw in just before serving. My husband's a fisherman and I'm always looking for more ways to fix fish. Thanks for a great recipe.